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The 12 most amazing concept cars from this year’s Geneva Motor Show

Best Concept Cars

For car lovers around the world, the annual International Geneva Motor Show is one of the most exciting and important events of the year. Many automakers use the event to show off the most exciting innovations they have to offer, and while the concepts on display in Switzerland each March don’t always become available to the public in the years that follow, they often give us a good idea of where things in the industry are headed down the road.

And as is always the case, it’s just good old-fashioned fun to check out all of the crazy concept cars on display at the show every year.

Companies including Audi, Volvo and Mercedes-Benz brought some stunning concepts to Geneva this year, and of course there were also a few insane million dollar (or even multi-million dollar) offerings from the likes of Pagani Automobili and others.

Going through everything in the show is never easy, so Wired did us all a favor by scouring the event and highlighting the 12 most amazing automobiles that made an appearance in Geneva last week. The list includes the positively gorgeous Maserati Alfieri pictured above as well as the 420-horsepower Audi TT Quattro Sport Concept, the zero-emission Quant e-Sportlimousine supercar and even a Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe.

The full list with accompanying images is linked below in our source section.

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